- Language: English
- 90 Pages
- Published: October 2010
- Region: Europe
Analysis of the Global Web Conferencing Market
- Published: September 2011
- Region: World
- 69 Pages
- Frost & Sullivan
The global web conferencing market continues to grow at a healthy pace, fueled by the rising need for real-time collaboration. Revenues in the total web conferencing market reached $x.xx billion in 2010, growing at xx.x percent. User demand is growing rapidly while revenue growth is starting to slow down due to increased market maturity and the impact of declining prices. The value proposition of web conferencing solutions is improving at a fast pace driven by better user experience, mobility enhancements, and robust videoconferencing. Furthermore, declining prices are prompting customers to expand usage.
As users adopt the next generation of communications, collaboration is quickly becoming the backbone of enterprise communications. Revenues for web conferencing are expected to reach $x.xx billion in 2015, supporting a widening user base and a projected revenue growth of xx.x percent (CAGR 2010–2015).
Hosted services or Software as a Service (SaaS) is the dominant model contributing xx.x percent of total web conferencing revenues, growing at the rate of xx.x percent in 2010. Based on an OPEX model, cloud technologies are creating time to market advantage for organizations of all size.
The on-premise web conferencing market contributed xx.x percent of total revenues and showed strong momentum in 2010 registering a revenue growth of xx percent. The market is in a flux right now, divided between conferencing solutions as well as broader Unified Communications (UC) offerings that integrate robust conferencing functionality. The push toward UC is expected to lead to stronger growth for on-premise web conferencing.
Initial deployments of UC are centered around on-premise solutions. Cloud based UC services are still evolving and do not offer the robust capabilities that their server-based counterparts provide. The need for customization and deeper integration are other reasons for adoption of on-premise UC. All of this is encouraging growth in on-premise UC and web conferencing. The CAGR (2010–2015) for on-premise web conferencing is xx.x percent and for hosted web conferencing services is xx.x percent.
Growth in Asia Pacific (APAC) at xx.x percent far exceeded the annual growth in other regions, in 2010. The Asia Pacific market is growing from a smaller base and remains under penetrated, posing strong opportunities over the next several years. Growth in North America and Latin America at x.x percent and Europe Middle East and Africa at xx.x percent has been adversely impacted due to pricing pressures as well as a fragile macroeconomic environment. SHOW LESS READ MORE >
Total Web Conferencing Market
- External Challenges: Drivers and Restraints
- Forecasts and Trends
Hosted Services Market Breakdown
On-premise Market Breakdown
Market Share and Competitive Analysis
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